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My wife and I just completed the Greenbrier river trail. The ride was great. There were not many... read more

Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Rkmsea
via mobile
Very nice destination rail-trail

Rail-trails can be pretty monotonous, but that's up to you on what you want you want to get out of... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
James T
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Columbia, Maryland
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Marlinton, WV
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

My wife and I just completed the Greenbrier river trail. The ride was great. There were not many people on the trail, it was so relaxing. The forest was lush and so green in color, and the river that we followed kept you mesmerized. We...More

Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Rail-trails can be pretty monotonous, but that's up to you on what you want you want to get out of it. Otherwise, the Greenbriar River Trial is a very pretty ride, with the very gentle Greenbriar River (not always gentle as attested to by several...More

Reviewed 14 June 2017

Nice for biking. Marlinton is a 12 mile bike from the mouth at Seebert (right outside Watoga's riverside entrance). Part of the trail can be bumpy, so be sure your bike seat is well padded! Lots of nice spots by the river to stop and...More

Reviewed 4 May 2017

Nice trail with very minimal grade. It offers nice views of the Greenbrier river. Great for the very young, very old, and ultra fit as well.

Reviewed 30 April 2017 via mobile

The Greenbrier Trail is awesome. 77 miles of beautiful serene landscapes, waterfalls, river views. Pack a lunch. Take some water. Get out there and enjoy natural untouched beauty.

Reviewed 23 April 2017

After having lunch at the Dirtbean, we decided to take a relaxing walk on the trail. The weather was perfect, and the smell of the flowers and sound of the stream was so relaxing. Definitely a must see and enjoy.

Reviewed 24 March 2017

good food and reasonably priced, the resturant is large and roomy and can accommadate large groups. The cook is very good with allergy restictions and can prepare the food to your needs and never makes you feel like it's a big deal..... really surprising to...More

Reviewed 5 January 2017

Used the southern end of the trail to train for a 15k... unfortunately the trail is blocked off just north of Harper. We enjoyed the soft base built up on the railroad bed. During the Christmas week the valley had little wind making the 9...More

Reviewed 29 November 2016

We were out of towners here on Thanksgiving. It was a beautiful walk! Check it out on their official website so you know where any closures are on the trail, as many spots are closed / potentially inaccessible due to the flooding earlier this year...More

Reviewed 20 October 2016

Have used this trail many times, always loved it, we also would use the trail to connect to back roads and trails, easy riding so try it.

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Dirtbean
71 reviews
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19 reviews
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48 reviews
1.86 km away
Pearl S. Buck Birthplace
17 reviews
4.74 km away
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ctvtde
17 May 2017
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Response from colin b | Reviewed this property
The restaurant is right on the river... a very nice spot... cannot remember whether the deck is south or west facing though. Food is ok nothing memorable but great location.. Not sure whether that part of trail is accessible... More
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donaldhigby
14 April 2017
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Response from colin b | Reviewed this property
Not sure, you may check with Greenbrier Hotel but if you are not a guest at this hotel then google shuttle services for Greenbrier River Trail and options will pop up that are very close to trail entrance. We had our own car... More
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Catherine O
6 July 2015
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Response from wvgig | Reviewed this property
at Seybert you can cross the Greenbriar River and the Watoga Campground is about 2 miles . After you pass Cabin 1 just turn right and campground is straight ahead. It is self contained- you can sign into a campsite, has... More
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